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Archaeology Cafe: Was Sells Red Pottery a Marker of Tohono O’odham Identity in Late Precontact Times? Archaeological and Ethnographic Perspectives Online

When: Tue., May 4, 6-7 p.m.
Phone: 520-882-6946 ext 26
Email: kfitzpatrick@archaeologysouthwest.org
Price: Free
www.archaeologysouthwest.org/event/was-sells-red-pottery-a-marker-of-tohono-oodham-identity-in-late-precontact-times-archaeological-and-ethnographic-perspectives
Bill Doelle and Samuel Fayuant will explore the significance of a distinctive redware pottery called Sells Red. They will share perspectives from Tohono O'odham elders and other experts.
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